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HealthShare Credit Union is a not for profit cooperative financial institution. We have been serving the medical community and their family members for more than 50 years. We care about YOUR financial health!

Your credit union was chartered in 1955 to serve the employees of Moses Cone Hospital. Over the next 50 years, as Moses Cone Health System grew, the credit union extended its membership base to include affiliates and associated companies of Moses Cone Health System, all health care workers in Guilford County and the immediate families of such groups. In 2013, we changed our name to HealthShare Credit Union to better reflect our growing membership.

As a member of HealthShare Credit Union, you are an owner. Your membership equals one vote at our annual membership meeting to select members to sit on the voluntary Board of Directors.

Once you join the credit union, you are always a member, even if you leave your job, retire or move out of the area. As long as you keep your account open with the required minimum balance, all our benefits and services are available to you.

Moses Cone Hospital
1200 N. Elm Street
Greensboro NC 27401
Wesley Long Hospital
501 N. Elam Ave
Greensboro NC 27403
Women's Hospital
801 Green Valley Rd
Greensboro NC 27408

Phone: (336) 832-8119  /  Fax: (336) 832-8129



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